installing problem

The new stylish won't install custom themes.

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  • What kinds of themes?

    The new Stylish can only apply user styles to websites, not to Firefox's user interface. For UI changes, you need to use a userChrome.css file. https://www.userchrome.org/alternatives-to-stylish.html
  • Jefferson said:

    What kinds of themes?

    The new Stylish can only apply user styles to websites, not to Firefox's user interface. For UI changes, you need to use a userChrome.css file. https://www.userchrome.org/alternatives-to-stylish.html

    stylus has the same problem. I had to go to the previous version of stylish although it goes back to the update even though I check as default.
  • Maybe update firefox to the newest version (57.0)
  • Pabli said:

    Maybe update firefox to the newest version (57.0)

    that's the problem too. Right now I'm using Comodo browser. New version firefox is messed up.
  • ok now comodo new version stylish themes not styling too.
  • Pabli said:

    Try Stylus

    same thing. no luck either.
  • None of these add-ons has comodo browser support. It's only luck if they work there.
  • azzyish12 said:

    Rose Akin said:

    Jefferson said:

    What kinds of themes?

    The new Stylish can only apply user styles to websites, not to Firefox's user interface. For UI changes, you need to use a userChrome.css file. https://www.userchrome.org/alternatives-to-stylish.html

    stylus has the same problem. I had to go to the previous version of stylish although it goes back to the update even though I check as default.
    Fix problems that block programs from being installed or removed
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    That is not the problem. The problem is whenever I want to install something I click on install nothing happens.
  • "The new stylish won't install custom themes."
    New Stylish (and Stylus) won't work in Firefox 52 (or in SeaMonkey or Cyberfox, which are built on Firefox 52) even though you can install it. The new extensions use features that Firefox 52 didn't have. They may not work in your Comodo Dragon (built on Firefox 57) for the same reason.

    Either install new Firefox (62?) and new Stylish (or Stylus) from addons.mozilla.org, or install Firefox 52 (or Cyberfox or SeaMonkey) and what Jefferson calls "legacy" Stylish.
    https://forum.userstyles.org/discussion/70265/hiding-the-bookmark-toolbar

    If you install "legacy" Stylish, be sure to set layout.css.moz-document.content.enabled to true so that @-moz-document rules continue to work.

    With "legacy" Stylish you can style the browser itself. With "new" Stylish you can only style the web pages.
  • o! said:

    "The new stylish won't install custom themes."
    New Stylish (and Stylus) won't work in Firefox 52 (or in SeaMonkey or Cyberfox, which are built on Firefox 52) even though you can install it. The new extensions use features that Firefox 52 didn't have. They may not work in your Comodo Dragon (built on Firefox 57) for the same reason.

    Either install new Firefox (62?) and new Stylish (or Stylus) from addons.mozilla.org, or install Firefox 52 (or Cyberfox or SeaMonkey) and what Jefferson calls "legacy" Stylish.
    https://forum.userstyles.org/discussion/70265/hiding-the-bookmark-toolbar

    If you install "legacy" Stylish, be sure to set layout.css.moz-document.content.enabled to true so that @-moz-document rules continue to work.

    With "legacy" Stylish you can style the browser itself. With "new" Stylish you can only style the web pages.

    I have firefox quantium 62. still does NOT work.
  • o!o!
    edited October 11 [?]
    In fact you're posting here with Firefox 60 in Windows 7; nevertheless, Stylish should be working. (1) Open the Browser Console (ctrl+shift+j), write a new global style with this as the CSS content:
    * { color: red !important; }
    save it, and enable it. (2) Copy+paste the Browser Console into a text file and attach it to a message that says whether or not the style worked, which browser and version you used (in about:support), and which extension and version you used (in about:addons).

    Then (3) go to https://userstyles.org/styles/1 and click 'Install', (4) copy+paste from Browser Console into a text file and attach it to a message describing exactly what you saw happen -- every dialog box, every message, everything.

    ... Oh, and I see that Jefferson was using Firefox 56 when he replied to you, so Stylus should have working in your Comodo browser (Firefox 57).
  • Oh, and I see that Jefferson was using Firefox 56 when he replied to you...

    I had to wait for NoScript to get stable before moving to Quantum. ;-) However, I was using Nightly on the side to test new extensions.

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